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This is the root of the frustration that is driving the African-American community to the streets in north St. Louis County over yet another senseless killing of a young black man.“What do we want? Justice!” chanted a crowd of family, friends and community members who gathered after the Saturday shooting. “When do we want it? Now!”
n Ferguson, the city where Michael died, the police in 2013 pulled over blacks at a 37 percent higher rate than whites compared to their relative populations. Black drivers were twice as likely to be searched and twice as likely to be arrested compared to white drivers. Editorial St Louis Post Dispatch
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Michael Sam will take the first for the St. Louis Rams for the first time on Friday in a preseason game against the New Orleans Saints. It will be an historic game as Sam will be the first openly gay player to play in any NFL game. The game will be broadcast on NFL Network.
We talk with St. Louis Post-Dispatch sports writer Jim Thomas about what we can expect to see from Sam in this game and where he sees the gay NFL rookie fitting onto the Rams' regular season roster.
Talking about St Louis riots, And also pinky fight with Terrell
LIVE! from St. Louis: Ferguson Update with Ronn Nichols (On-the-ground). Nichols gives insight on looting. Says 15% of crowd, black and white, are responsible for lawlessness. He says that most people are peaceful protestors but media driven by sensationalism and capitalis, not responsible reporting. Celebrates hip hop icon Nelly for showing up and demonstrating leadership. Nichols is a curator at Harris Stowe State University and is a former media professor at Baltimore's Coppin State and Morgan State
Every once in a while, everything comes together and basketball perfection is attained. Sometimes, by the most unlikely of teams; the St. Louis Wildcats didn't even compete previously in AAU. They arrived with 6 players and a dream; they didn’t have a large crowed or entourage. They didn’t have a large budget, pancakes, hotdogs, and grilled cheese filled were their main staples for the week – until they were adopted by Boo Williams staff who introduced the group to Bojangles Chicken....What happened next?
Find out in this upcoming exclusive intervew!
In 1917 there was a race war in St Louis is history repeating itself?
St Louis County Deputy Sheriff Dan Page Says He's A Killer and Praise the Lord
“I personally believe in Jesus Christ as my lord and savior, but I’m also a killer,” Page says in the video. “I’ve killed a lot. And if I need to, I’ll kill a whole bunch more. If you don’t want to get killed, don’t show up in front of me. I have no problems with it. God did not raise me to be a coward.
Deputy Page who was seen pushing CNN host Don Lemon during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri earlier this week was suspended from duty after a video of himself, CNN reported on Friday.
The video, posted online this past May, shows Officer Dan Page giving a speech before members of the Christian organization the Oath Keepers. At one point, he shows the audience a picture of himself in Kenya, saying he went there to search for the country’s “undocumented president,” Barack Obama.
“I flew to Africa, right there, and I went to our undocumented president’s home,” Page says. “He was born in Kenya.”
After days of protests, the nation's attention is focused on Ferguson. Police killed an unarmed teen named Michael Brown and protests have ensued. Police are out and the situation is not pretty. We'll talk with St. Louis native Ronn Nichols, former Coppin State media professor. He will give us a look inside the situation from on the ground
Join us for Part 2 as we talk with people who were in St Louis and other folks speaking on the situation that went down. And more.